October 18, 2021

Filipina Arrested For Allegedly Beating Child To Death In South Korea


Filipina Arrested In South Korea After Allegedly Killing Son Of US Serviceman

FILIPINA ARRESTED IN SOUTH KOREA – A 30-year-old Filipina was jailed after she was accused of beating a 3-year-old boy to death.

According to reports, the boy was the son of a US serviceman stationed in South Korea. Furthermore, the victim had a brother, aged 7-years-old. Based on police reports, the US serviceman asked the Filipina to briefly look after his children.

However, the woman whose name is yet to be disclosed to the public was accused of beating the boy to death around 7:30 a.m. on Sunday. Additionally, the incident supposedly happened inside a room provided to her by the bar she worked at in Pyeongtaek. Apparently, this city is home to a large number of US troops stationed in South Korea.

Filipina Arrested For Allegedly Beating Child To Death In South Korea

Fortunately, the older sibling was unharmed. However, police reports say that the woman may have had mental issues after she was “spotted wandering around the street stark naked”.

Along with this, police discovered that the woman was previously married to a Korean. However, they were now divorced and was working in South Korea illegally. Police also tested the woman for drugs but the result came back negative.

The bar owner, who discovered the boy’s body about 8 a.m. on Sunday, alerted police to the incident. A search for the woman was initiated, but it was quickly called off when police learned she had previously been apprehended after reports of her walking the streets without any clothes.

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